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Another option is to disable the Intel(R) HD Graphics Control Panel Service altogether. Or don't have it be started automatically. See more info here.


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Press Ctrl+F2 There will be no visual feedback but when you hit ALT+TAB the host OS will pick it up. This works on Linux.


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Instead of DefaultUI use ColumnsUI. This alternative playlist viewer has Inline metafield editing via F2 which acts like Windows Explorer renaming. Set up your columns (e.g artist and title) and bind a meta field to each column. Once you pressed F2 you can cycle trough columns via TAB


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For anyone else that stumbles upon this question. SetPoint now includes a checkbox that enables you to change the default setting back to using F1-F12 instead of media keys:


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I do it pressing F6. Pressing Ctrl+Tab, like said by our friend, we just get to switch to the previous/next tab.


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In the end (2.5 years later), I just use a combination of tools based on what I need to search-and-replace. For short replacements, I used AutoHotkey Hotstrings. Other times, I'll copy-and-paste to and from Notepad++ and use its search and replace. Other times, a batch file or cygwin bash script gets the job done.


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Once a keyword is assigned to the bookmarklet the standard way works, ie. typing the keyword and pressing Enter. What may be misleading is that FireFox doesn't display the bookmarklet in the location bar popup. But it works. Tested on FF 39. Say you want to use SuperGenPass bookmarklet. Assign it a keyword, say sgp and it may be launched from location bar ...


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I've found a great solution for text expanding in Chrome (Any OS). It's using: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/auto-text-expander-for-go/iibninhmiggehlcdolcilmhacighjamp Tetsujin's answer works very well in Safari, but my main need was in Chrome (running on Mac OSX).


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I added a display notification to tkneis's answer. The following applescript can be used in automator. on run {input, parameters} set inputVolume to input volume of (get volume settings) if inputVolume = 0 then set inputVolume to 100 set displayNotification to "Microphone Unmuted" else set inputVolume to 0 set ...


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The problem was the Intel HD Graphics Control Panel Service. The service does not release its hotkeys even after they are disabled. Disabling the service in msconfig.exe and restart solves the problem.


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This program should show you is something else is handling the Ctrl-Alt-Arrow combination currently: https://www.donationcoder.com/forum/index.php?topic=18189.msg163170#top Unfortunately, there doesn't seem to be a way of figuring our what program is handling it.



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